SKINHEAD
INDEX
1- History
2- Style
2.1- Hair
2.2- Clothes
2.3- Footwear
3- Music
4- Bonehead
HISTORY
The Skinheads movement began in Great Britain during the 1960's. It was
began by two movements.The first one was c...
HAIR
Most male skinheads in the 1960s had their
hair cropped with a 2 or 3 grade.Starting in
the late 1970s, male skinhead...
CLOTHESSkinheads have been known to wear long-sleeve or short-sleeve button-up
shirts or polo shirts by brands such as Ben...
FOOTWEAR
Most skinheads wear boots; originally they wore army surplus or generic workboots, then
Dr. Martens boots and sho...
MUSIC
The skinhead subculture was originally associated with black popular music genres such
as soul, ska, rocksteady and ...
BONEHEAD
Bonehead or Neo-Nazis skinheads are a subgroup of the skinhead culture
with a propensity for committing acts of v...
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  1. 1. SKINHEAD
  2. 2. INDEX 1- History 2- Style 2.1- Hair 2.2- Clothes 2.3- Footwear 3- Music 4- Bonehead
  3. 3. HISTORY The Skinheads movement began in Great Britain during the 1960's. It was began by two movements.The first one was called the "Hard Mods". They belonged to the Mods movement. This was strongly influenced by the hippies. The main members of the Mods belonged to the ruling/middle class youth and were mainly concerned with spiritual matters. They talked about mystical experiences and peace.The other founder of the Skinheads Movement were the Rudeboys who were Jamaican immigrants that met them because they both lived in the working class' areas. So it was from the beginning with anti-racist ideas and a movement of the proleterian youth. There is no racist, nazi or fascist here.
  4. 4. HAIR Most male skinheads in the 1960s had their hair cropped with a 2 or 3 grade.Starting in the late 1970s, male skinheads typically shaved their heads with a 2 grade.Since the 1980s, some skinheads have clipped their hair with no guard, or even shaved it with a razor. During the 1980s skinhead revival, many female skinheads had feathercuts.In the 1960s, most female skinheads had mod-style haircuts.A feathercut is short on the crown, with fringes at the front, back and sides. Some female skinheads have a shorter punk-style version of the hairstyle.
  5. 5. CLOTHESSkinheads have been known to wear long-sleeve or short-sleeve button-up shirts or polo shirts by brands such as Ben Sherman, Fred Perry, Brutus, Warrior or Jaytex; Lonsdale or Everlast shirts or sweatshirts; Grandfather shirts; V-neck sweaters; sleeveless sweaters; cardigan sweaters or T- shirts.Many skinheads wear Sta-Prest flat-fronted slacks or other dress trousers.Jeans and slacks are worn deliberately short to show off boots, or to show off socks.Female skinheads generally wear the same clothing items as men, with addition of skirts, stockings, or dress suits composed of a jacket and matching short skirt. Some skingirls wear fishnet stockings and mini-skirts, a style introduced during the punk-influenced.
  6. 6. FOOTWEAR Most skinheads wear boots; originally they wore army surplus or generic workboots, then Dr. Martens boots and shoes. In 1960s Britain, steel-toe boots worn by skinheads and hooligans were called bovver boots. Skinheads have also been known to wear brogues, loafers or Dr. Martens low shoes. In recent years, other brands of boots, such as Solovair, Tredair and Grinders, have become popular among skinheads, partly because most Dr. Martens are no longer made in England. Football-style athletic shoes, by brands such as Adidas or Gola, have become popular with many skinheads. Female or child skinheads generally wear the same footwear as men, with the addition of monkey boots. The traditional brand for monkey boots was Grafters, but nowadays they are also made by Dr. Martens and Solovair.
  7. 7. MUSIC The skinhead subculture was originally associated with black popular music genres such as soul, ska, rocksteady and early reggae.In the early 1970s, some reggae songs began to feature themes of black nationalism, which many white skinheads could not relate to. This shift in reggae's lyrical themes created some tension between black and white skinheads.The most popular music style for late-1970s skinheads was 2 Tone, which was a fusion of ska, rocksteady, reggae, pop and punk rock.Also in the late 1970s, after the first wave of punk rock, many skinheads embraced Oi!, a working class punk subgenre.they also developed a separate genre that was more in line with their politics: Rock Against Communism (RAC).The most known RAC band was Skrewdriver, which started out as a non-political punk band but evolved into a neo-Nazi band.
  8. 8. BONEHEAD Bonehead or Neo-Nazis skinheads are a subgroup of the skinhead culture with a propensity for committing acts of vandalism, violence, and murder against targeted groups, including blacks, Jews, Asians, Hispanics, homosexuals, and other minorities.

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